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>>> from the sky, a meteor >>> from the sky, a meteor scorches the skies over russia, hundreds are hurt, buildings are damaged, and it may be because of an asteroid set to fly by earth closer today. >>> and excited passengers excited to get off a crippled cruise ship after spending days adrift on the open water. >> never again on my life will i ever even walk around a cruise ship. i'm done. captioning funded by cbs news" for friday, february 15th, 2013. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, february 15th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin this morning with a frightening meteor strike in russia. now, meteor sightings are a common occurrence, but not incidents that cause injury and damage. the russian interior ministry says more than 400 people were injured when the meteor, possibly part of a meteor shower, hit like a missile near the euro mountains about a thousand miles east of moscow and it's near a former soviet union weapons site. the meteor streaked across the sky this morning with a loud boom, leaving
michael garnet is a canadian hockey player living in russia. >> definitely my building was shaking, so i could feel -- i could feel a sway in my building, so it kind of sounded like a bomb went off. >> now, it's unclear if the meteorite hit russia this morning is related to that giant asteroid due to pass very close to earth later today. earlier i spoke to cbs news contributor dr. michio kaku. dr. kaku, i know meteor showers aren't particularly rare but how common is it to cause damage? >> it's quite unusual. usually on a given night objects the size of a baseball will burn up in the atmosphere, and these are the shooting stars and falling stars you see at night. however, this one was probably caused by an object as big as a car or as big as a house, burning up in the atmosphere at perhaps 20,000 miles per hour, 30,000 miles per hour such that you break the sound barrier and thus you actually land on the planet earth. these events are more rare however, they do happen and they usually burn up over the ocean. they burn up over unpopulated areas. thi
appreciate it. ? or gal lat particular news, a meteor lit up the skies over eastern russia. the blinding light was followed by a series of deafening explosions. listen to this. an expert tells cnn that the debt nation appears to be the equivalent of roughly 300 kilotons of tnt. that is about the same magnitude of a nuclear blast. the impact on populated areas is widespread and historic. the concussion shattered windows. at least 1,000 people are hurt and cnn's mary snow is keeping track of it and there's a lot to keep track of. this is unbelievable, isn't it? >> it is. and frightening. you showed incredible video. more continues to come in. the scene was surreal has the meteor struck sending off mass confusion. meteors scattered over three regions of russia with reports of damage to about 3,000 buildings. it came out of nowhere. the bright streak long enough to capture on camera as it lurched towards earth and exploded. a deafening boom followed over russia. the sonic boom shattered glass. at least 1,000 people in the bulls eye of the falling meteor were injured. it's a bombing, says thi
. it is caught on tape. [explosion] this happened 900 miles east of moscow in russia. happened in broad daylight too. good morning, everybody. there is lot to talk about this today. i'm bill hemmer. plenty of stuff. welcome on a friday morning. welcome to heather. >> i'm heather nauert in for martha maccallum heather: it create a shock wave. it bloke glass for hundreds of miles. lots of people were hospitalized. bill: it is so pure because it is day time. there are so many shots of this too. you can see the traffic moving through the street. they say sometimes when this happens, it will happen over the ocean or over the sea. and you don't get the same images. heather: you never know about it. bill: but this is a big city now. happened in a big russian city in the ural mountains, hours before a asteroid buzzes either to the closest on record but we're told there is no connection. greg palkot has more in london. what do we know about this event, greg. >> reporter: amazing amateur video we've been watching as you folks at that i can take it in as well. it happened in a russian city 130 miles east o
russia. is there a connection? >>> and it's happened. carnival creuise lines slapped with its first lawsuit. >>> and authorities investigate the motive for a shocking killing that could send this olympic hero to prison. >>> first, california authorities say it appears suspected cop killer christopher dorner took his own life, following through on his promise not to be taken alive. autopsy results showed dorner died from a single gunshot wound to the head. dental records do confirm it was his body found in a burned out cabin on tuesday following that week-long manhunts. we will have more on this case and what may have happened to the million-dollar reward, where it's going ahead. >>> half a world away, authorities are looking closely at a possible motive in the horrific killing of a top model who was found dead at the home of her boyfriend, olympic hero oscar pistorius. he sobbed uncontrollably as he was charged with premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. he is now in jail. we'll go to south africa for the latest on the case in a few. >>> president obama
. >>brian: countries like russia and china are ramping up their pheults. we are gutting -- -- ramping up their militaries. we are gutting ours. are we putting our military are we putting our military at risk? oh! progress-oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your progress-oh! story on facebook. if we took the nissan altima and reimagined nearly everything in it? gave it greater horsepower and class-leading 38 mpg highway... advanced headlights... and zero gravity seats? yeah, that would be cool. introducing the completely reimagined nissan altima. it's our most innovative altima ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ >>brian: let me tell you what's happening in sports. lebron james making history against the lakers. ep set a heat record by scoring at least 30 points five games in a row. he's been unbelievable. lebron became the third player with at least 30 points and 60% shooting in five straight games. anyone else on that team? the heat won 107-97. they won five in a ro
was a near miss. it really compared nothing to what happened in russia yesterday. listen. this spectacle in the skies above central russia ended with chaos and confusion. first this bright flash, then a deafening crash. students ran away from the windows. office workers ducked for cover. and this man shielded his head from falling debris. the meteor left a trail of damage. powerful shockwaves blew out windows and sent glass flying everywhere. hospitals are packed >> translator: mainly incised and contused winds due to windows and window frames breaking and flying around. you see as a result how many people are here. >> reporter: the blast injured at least 1,000 people. most of the injuries are minor. >> windows and doors were blown out of around 3,000 buildings. that's especially rough when temperatures are near freezing now. emergency officials are there right now, assessing the damage. >>> after a day after hearing about that blast in russia, imagine what people in san francisco thought about that. experts say they see meteors like this quite often but often just drop over the ocean. i
:48. coming up next. from russia with love. >> morning, holly. >> reporter: good morning. we're not talking about a james bond novel. or a movie. we're talking about the valentis day benefit kicking off a whole new exhibit here where we are live this morning inside the mansion getting a sneak peak at a must see exhibit that has everything to do with russian zars. we'll tell you all about it next. stay with us. day. now you can do it with dinner. introducing land o'lakes® sauté express®. the all-in-one sauté starter with butter, olive oil, herbs and spices... so dinner really sizzles. it's one step, no prep. and so good, they'll ask for more. and that little victory is a pretty big deal. land o'lakes® sauté express. find it in the dairy aisle. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> those who visited relaxed and healthy atmosphere. all about pomp and pageantry. >> will bring a glimpse of russian. >> reporter: good morning.
states. it's like the cold war when russia used to saber rattle, and they do it for internal consumption to prop up the people, because they have nothing. they're poor. and this is a distraction, the only distraction -- now that the super bowl is over, this is the only distraction they have. >> shepard: there is anyone around here who might be concerned for any reason about this video? reporter: what they have done in the past when they rattled sabers like this, they do test missiles. so there could be a missile test coming up. still, they're long on rhetoric and short on substance, thank god. >> shepard: does their rhetoric tell us anything about their difficult situation in country for their own people? >> it's largely designed for their own people and designed to build up kim jong-un, the boy king, 12-year-old -- whatever age he is -- to build him up to show his macho against the united states. so far, they've been long on propaganda, short on substance, and hopefully that will continue. >> shepard: a place with one cash crop, missiles, and no food, and i'm guessing if they didn't hav
. >>alisyn: let's tell you what else is happening. panic overnight in russia after a massive meteorite comes crashing down. [screaming] >>alisyn: those were screams of horror. this happened in mountains. the meteorite streaking through the sky. right now reports show more than 400 people are hurt. sharp explosions sent glass flying into the air. numerous buildings in the area damaged and surveillance video shows just how strong the blast was, blowing off doors, as you can see, and windows at businesses. >>> olympian oscar will remain behind bars after his bail hearing is postponed. this is new video as he's led to court by south african police. prosecutors say they will seek a premeditated murder charge against the 26-year-old. he reportedly broke down in tears as his charge was read. his girlfriend was shot four times. initial reports claim he thought she was an intruder but police are dismissing that theory. he became the first double amputee to compete in the olympics. charred remains in that burned out california cabin, now identified as ex-police officer christopher dorner. he's accused
. >>> plus, could we see another round of nuclear weapons reductions between the u.s. and russia? president obama reportedly set to talk about nuclear arms in his state of the union address. we'll break down what it could mean for this nation's security. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. jenna: well, right now a new word about a fresh effort to reduce the number of the world's deadliest weapons. according to "the new york times," the president will use tomorrow night's state of the union address to renew his push for further cuts to our nuclear arsenal. not everyone's convinced this is the time to do that though. stephen yates is a former deputy assistant to the vice president for national security affairs during the bush administration, also currently the ceo of d.c. international advisories. any move to reduce our nuclear arms, y
of meteorite landed in a room of russia kawshing flashes in the sky and explosion apparently. russian news agency say several people were hurt at school in thinly pop lited part of the region which is about 900 miles east of moscow. so far government officials have not confirmed any injuries or damage. >> surif you are on monterey bay today telling a shark tale that is frighteningly true about a dozen wave riders at moss landing between santa cruz monterey witness great white shark riding the waves and then devouring a sea lyon off the shore this morning. one surfer just out of the water said he saw the sea lions swim past moments earlier. they estimate it was 10 to 12 feet long. word quickly spread miles up the beach where other surfers then got out of the water. >> that is frightening. >> yes. >> well tahoe bartender claims to be a former navy seal and he even says he killed osama bin laden. >> dan is here with aneurysm team investigation. >> i tracked aj dick across the country ask about his outrageous story. talk to you about your navy seal backgroun background. up next. hear fro
a month ago. >> also new at 11:00. fragment of meteorite landed in a room of russia kawsh theshes in the sky and explosion apparently. russian news agency say several people were hurt at school in thinly pop lited part of the region which is about 900 miles east of moscow. so far government officials have not confirmed any injuries or damage. >> surif you are on monterey bay today telling a shark tale that is frighteningly true about a dozen wave riders at moss landing between santa cruz monterey witness great white shark riding the waves and then devouring a sea lyon off the shore this morning. one surfer just out of the water said he saw the sea lions swim past moments earlier. they estimate it was 10 to 12 feet long. word quickly spread miles up the beach where other surfers then got out of the water. >> that is frightening. >> yes. >> well tahoe bartender claims to be a former navy seal and he even says he killed osama bin laden. >> dan is here with aneurysm team investigation. >> i tracked aj dick across the country ask about his outrageous story. talk to you about your
happened in russia a number of years ago. they did that in a movie theater. 120 people died. >> 117, probably -- what was close to 120, october of 2002 when that happened. they sent in gas, and people died from inhalation, gas poisoning. so you're right. what are the top priorities for negotiators as the standoff continues here? >> the most important thing is to have a dialogue between the hostage taker and the negotiator. you want to be able to gain credibility. everything is a negotiation. if he says i need some sodas, well, they can negotiate and to say let me talk to the child, let me know that he is okay. the bottom line to this whole thing is he has the onus of being responsible right now. and he is. he is starting to develop what we call the stockholm syndrome, which is a very important type of thing. it's bonding, and that's very important. >> how long will officials allow this standoff to continue before taking more aggressive action? >> i don't think they're going to take aggressive action. i think they'll continue to negotiate and talk. talking is the name of the game. un
. called from russia from love. >> thank you, holly. that does it for the 6:00 hour. >> let's send it over to allison and tony. good morning to you both. >> good morning to both of you. coming up. a blowout , turned blackout turned baltimore victory. what a night. >> what the ravens have won it. >> after the longest superbowl in nfl history, ray lewis and the baltimore ravens return to charm city, nfl champions. reaction from players, coaches and fans. >> plus, the good, the bad and the ugly. we're talking about walter. that was uncomfortable. wouldn't be superbowl sunday without all the commercials.
say they can handle that as well. syria says the move could heighten tensions iran and russia calling provocative. the group responsible for that attack last friday cited the deployment. others however say the u.s. is not doing enough and with 60,000 or more killed inside syria during this conflict, the u.s. is still on the sidelines. still, as we saw last week, israel attacking targets inside syria. more and more this conflict is becoming regional. now we have got a couple hundred servicemen and women from the united states in the mix as well. shep? >> greg palkot along the border for us. egyptian government is reportedly dealing with rising food prices, rampant unemployment and violent political crisis by advising its people to eat less. according to egyptian media. government officials have acknowledged across the board price hikes on food in the wake of what is the unrest that has rocked the economy. and those officials are now telling the egyptian people hey, don't overeat. meanwhile the iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad visited egypt today for the first time in we believe mo
've had history, in russia they did that in a movie theater where over a hundred people died because you've got to understand one thing, jon the lung capacity of that child is different than that of the hostage taker. if they do not know what type of ailments which one might have or how much their breathing technique is, the amount of oxygen in that space where they are being held. jon: and it's a small space. he had this thing ready. i was at first under the impression that it was this entire underground warren but it's quite small? it's something like 6x8. a small trailer. >> the fact that the little boy has been given access to things like cheese crackers, and a hot wheels car, that is a good sign? >> that is an extent sign. it shows that the hostage taker is bonding with him. we call that the stockholm syndrome where the hostage taker and the hostage are starting to get -- understand each other. there are requests, there are give and takes, that also will happen between the hostage negotiator on the hostage taker. jon: if he wanted to kill this child he could have done it by now, rig
we're going to do away with tears because they may know china and russia and north korea and iran are all going to do away with the capabilities. so that's one of the objections i have two chuck hagel, his nomination. >> host: u.s.a. to the papers he would reach a filibuster against his nomination. it looks according to the "baltimore sun" that all circuits are democrats and two of your colleagues are also going to support his nomination. in in fact it can be 60. >> guest: let me correct your first spirit are not filibustering. i have to do is demand a 60-vote margin. i'm doing that. in fact, almost all controversial appointments. cabinet level appointments end up with a 60-vote margin. yeah, you may be right. they may be right there and if so you'll see people change their votes so they can be in the prevailing side. that is something quite common. but the problems i have with him, let's keep in mind coming yesterday we had a vote. everyone of the republicans voted against his confirmation and the reason is that very partially from what we just not talked about, the partially wit
the session dumb. brian, i know that one of your favorite spies ever was anna chapman from russia. and she tended to dress up. >> steve: she used nail polish. >> gretchen: and used probably nail polish. can you hear me? >> brian: yeah, i can. i just never fell for her trap. i do believe there is a bigger story there. you know that. because she's hot and has a nice body, people fell for it. i believe the russians are still here. something serious happened overt weekend, i know it affected you guys. chris kyle, american hero, navy seal who set the record for sniper kills because every time he killed them, another one of our guys survived, he came out. he's adapted to life afterwards, best selling author. he lost his life trying to help a fellow marine adjust to life after serving. he was suffering from ptsd. joining us to put his life in perspective and his pass not guilty perspective is a good friend of our show, sean parnell. can i get your perspective on the type of guy your friend, chris kyle, was and is? >> yeah. chris kyle was an incredible person. all the headlines are that he's the m
does pick up from iraq you have saudi arabia, russia, other major oil producing countries that will be declining as far as their production is concerned. so this is only going to make up for that decline that we see in other major countries. the third big reason is demand is going to increase at a much higher rate than supply is. you look at china for example, per capita we consume 20 barrels per year in the united states. china is at 2. that's 1.2 billion people. imagine fit goes to 3 or 4 barrels a year. the increase in demand is going to out strip supply many times over. gregg: same thing with india. >> the reason i somewhat disagree with that, right there is great increasing demand. the whole his traoeft oil market has been that technological improvements that completely out stripped the demand for oil and we are seeing that now. there is a revolution going on because of fracking, because of or sopbt tal drilling technologies, that you look at what is happening in north today coat tarbgnorth dakota. every time we drill we find more oil there. i think the future is pret
the conflict. iran and russia called it provocative. even in turkey itself they are concerned that group which claimed responsibility for the attack on the u.s. am bass see last friday cited this deployment. others are saying the u.s. is still not doing enough, with over 60,000 dead, 700,000 revenue geez, they say the states are still standing a bit by the side hraoeufpblts as we saw last week with that israeli strike again a target inside syria more and more this conflict is becoming a regional conflict, and now some folks from the states are involved. very close. back to you, greg. gregg: greg palkot reporting live inside near the syrian border. martha: new information is coming to light about that power outage that happened during the super bowl sunday. it turns out the half hour black out may not have come as a big surprise to soft stadium officials there. gregg: a bombshell courtroom confession from a woman accused of killing her boyfriend while she now says she did it, she readily admits it, she said her difficult childhood was a critical factor. can that really help her avoid the death
persecution in russia so there is that and the compassion for the families that are here who frankly many of whom have become part of the fabric of this country. >> reporter: when it comes to controversial policy changes he won't go there. senator rubio supports a path to citizenship as well as border security is addressed first. do you support that? >> again, i want to see where the talks in the house and the senate lead. >> reporter: in fact, cantor's new push turns out to be long on new compassionate rhetoric and short on new specific policy proposals though he did open the door a bit to strengthening background checks on guns. >> i am for making sure we increase the quality of information in the database in existence already. >> cantor is trying to rebrand by reworking gop rhetoric. has the language or the message of your party over the past couple of years in all candor turned some voters off? >> i'm a father. i'm a husband. i have to deal with struggles just like a lot of parents have to, right? >> reporter: almost as if on cue, cantor's phone rings. it's all about -- that's my daug
to do unless they get russia on board and some of these other countries? >>brian: one thing that would get their attention and china's attention is if you get nuclear weapons to south korea and japan. at one point we have to say we have to be able to protect our friends, we're under treaty. that is the only way we can do it. what's unbelievable is tonight at 9:00 there will be a state of the union in which the president will say i'm going to cut our nuclear arsenal by 40%. isn't that good. somebody get vladimir putin on the phone. hope he does the same thing. >>steve: are you saying on the day those crazy people in north korea do another atomic weapons test over there we're going to cut from, right now we have 1,700 atomic weapons of some sort. and the president is obligated by the start treaty to bring it down to, i believe, 1,550 by 2018. but he would like to go from 1,700, which is current, to 1,000 atomic weapons. and he could do that if he could get the russians on board. >>gretchen: you have to wonder if there might be a slight tweak in his speech tonight after what has happened
a lot of negative reaction to its nuclear test this morning. the united states, russia, and china, are among several countries condemning the test, which is half as powerful as the bomb dropped on hiroshima. >>> eight days of testimony begins today as the u.s. coast guard opens a hearing into the sinking of the qhms bounty." the 180 foot long sailing ship sankd osank off north carolina' coast. two members were killed. it was a replica of the 18th century british vessel. >>> passengers stuck on a disabled carnival cruiseship are finally on their way home. second tugboat helped tow the ship to mobile, alabama. the passengers' dream vacation turned into a nightmare when an engine fire triggered aa series of problems. the boat has been floating at sea and things deteriorated on board. john zarrella is in mexico, where the boat was going to be tugged by the jugboats. you have to head to alabama now. >> reporter: we have to wait here, who know what the next twist or turn will be. what happened was the progresso, mexico, was the closestiumph"tr" while waiting at sea it drifted north. by
, russia, all at each other's throats. jon: i was talking with gordon earlier. he said we tend to lean on the chinese and get them to stop this. he doesn't think that is viable solution this time. >> he is absolutely right. i'm not a buyer somehow we'll pull china on side with us to bring north korea into the fold. i just don't see how we constantly fool ourselves into thinking that. if you look at china, there is lot of people like to make what they do more complex than it is, just imagine what is in their best interests and expect them to do it. it is not in their best interests to promote instability in north korea. therefore they will continue to prop up that regime no matter what we would like them to do. >> they are worried about the collapse of the north korean government, mass starvation, millions of starving north koreans flooding into china. that is essentially what they're worried about, right? >> i think the risk, basically the north korean refugees will move south into south korea. we have demined at least three corridors through the demilitarized zone. the china nice and
wasn't welcoming to my grandparents who fled religious persecution in russia. so there is that and the compassion for the families that are here who frankly, many of whom, have become part of the fabric of this country. >> reporter: but when it comes to controversial policy changes, he won't go there. >> senator rubio supports a path to citizenship, as long as border security is addressed first. do you support that? >> again, i want to see where the talks in the house and the senate lead. >> reporter: in fact cantor's new push turns out to be long on compassionate rhetoric and support on new, specific policy proposals, although he did open the door a bit to strengthening background checks on guns. >> i am for making sure that we increase the quality of information in the database that is in existence already. >> reporter: big picture, cantor is trying to rebrand by reworking gop rhetoric. that has language or the message of your party over the past couple of years in all candor turned some voters off? >> i'm a father, i'm a husband, i have to deal with struggles j
addressing the real problems of out-of-control spending. russia and iran being closer to having a nuclear weapon. are we really thinking that -- i mean, what can we possibly do in our lawmakers are not balancing the books the way that they should be? >> well, we demand change. i mean, my organization concerned vets for america trying to inject veterans voice into this discussion to say we understand what a threat looks like. i have walked on the battlefield and i know what a bad guy looks like. if we don't get our spending under control as admiral mullen says the single largest threat to national security. dysfunction is washington is the biggest threat we face. if we don't get these things in order cop out, bad policy like sequestration that guts our military and navy fleet and guts our marine corps and army in a a way we can't afford in a dangerous world. at the same time we have to recognize we better get our spending under control. dod can contribute to that by cutting fat. being smarter how it spends the dollars it does have. ultimately we have got to find courage in washington to ge
're starting our year-long countdown to the olympic winter games in sochi, russia. take a look the what is going on out on the plaza this morning. this is freestyle skiing, practicing their moves on trampolines. >>> jenna wolfe is in new orleans for us this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. what a game last night, complete tale of two halves. the guys in back of me were die-hard ravens fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole first half. the guys in front of me, die-hard 49er fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole second half. in between me, beyonce, a blackout and a little game known as football. >> half the power in new orleans stadium, the superdome here, is out. >> reporter: just taken a commanding 28-6 lead with a kickoff return when suddenly out went the power. local officials said the outage happened after a piece of fault-sensing equipment detected an abnormality. fans, players and a worldwide tv audience waited for 34 minutes and waited and waited. when the lights came back, so did the 49ers. >> and a touchdown, san francisco. >
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